The establishment of the International Risk Governance Council (IRGC) was the direct result of widespread concern that the complexity and interdependence of health, environmental, and technological risks facing the world was making the development and implementation of adequate risk governance strategies ever more difficult. This volume details the IRGC developed and proposed framework for risk governance and covers how it was peer reviewed as well as testedIncreased reliance by European countries on naturalgas from Russia has positive features for these countries and also for Russia. ... Natural gas does not contain sulfur, nitrogen, metals, or complex hydrocarbons, so control of air pollutants such as sulfur ... These resources could provide ample supplies for European consumers for much of the 21st century, and may permit export of liquefied natural gasanbsp;...
|Title||:||Global Risk Governance|
|Author||:||Ortwin Renn, Katherine D. Walker|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2008-12-18|